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Global Solar PV Market Forecas...

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Google Offering $5 Million For...

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India Expected To Add 3.5 GW O...

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Wiser Capital Survey: 2/3 Of L...

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City Of Cologne Now First In M...

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WFES Solar Expo—World Fu...

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United PV Co-Investing In 1 GW...

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Marks & Spencer Joins RE10...

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154 US Cities Ranked For Bikea...

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Schneider Electric Unveils And...

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Brazilian State Minas Gerais T...

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Smart Inverters, The Need Of T...

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Indego Bikesharing Program Lau...

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India May Boost Power Procurem...

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Second Phase Of 1 GW Quaid-i-A...

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Enel Has Begun Construction On...

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Amazon’s Fowler Ridge Wi...

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UK Now Third In Global Utility...

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IKEA Plugs In Kansas’ Larges...

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Nissan LEAF Sales Top 170,000 ...

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Church Of England Divesting Fr...

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Electric Truck & Bus Sales...

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Panasonic & Powertree Serv...

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The Great Transition—New...

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Study: Cities Will Put $64 Bil...

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Can Belgium Receive 100% Of It...

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Masdar Launching First Indepen...

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Solar Energy Now Accounts For ...

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Report: China Can Get 85% Of I...

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Panasonic Sets Goal Of 75% Of ...

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Solar Panel Boom… In Nor...

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Central Japan Railway Sets New...

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GE Aiding Creation Of 231 MW S...

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300 MW Of New Solar Capacity A...

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Enel Green Power Expands Footp...

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Welspun Renewables Inks 550 MW...

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China’s Risen Energy To Deve...

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Chile’s Solar PV Project Pip...

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Clean By Design Program Helps ...

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France Could Generate 100% of ...

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UK Companies Could Save £2.6 ...

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Apr 2015

$164 Million Dollar Plan To Ex...

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Apr 2015

Mainstream Renewable Power Aim...

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Rumored BMW i5 Is A 640HP Plug...

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ChargePoint Will Soon Be Offer...

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Aug 2014

~22% of the World’s Electricity Production Now from Renewable Energy

30 August 2014 | Posted by Zachary

~22% of the World’s Electricity Production Now from Renewable Energy

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released a new report on global renewable energy matters. It's packed full of interesting stats, but one of the highlights is that ~22% of the world's electricity production is now coming from renewable energy sources.

That's up from 21% in 2012 and 18% in 2007. It's not equal to natural gas, which gets a lot of hype in the US for its low market prices and fast growth but which actually remained stable globally in 2013.

Another nice stat is that $250 billion was invested in renewable energy globally in 2013. That's impressive, but it needs to be even higher if we are going to adequately respond to the global climate challenge. Unfortunately, due to policy changes, the IEA projects that annual renewable energy investment will be flat up through 2020.

The full report, Medium-Term Renewable Energy Market Report 2014, can be purchased on the IEA website. Here are a few more charts and tables from it:

IEA Report

IEA Report

IEA Report

IEA Report

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~22% of the World’s Electricity Production Now from Renewable Energy

30 Aug 2014 | Posted by Zachary

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released a new report on global renewable energy matters. It's packed full of interesting stats, but one of the highlights is that ~22% of the world's electricity production is now coming from renewable energy sources.

That's up from 21% in 2012 and 18% in 2007. It's not equal to natural gas, which gets a lot of hype in the US for its low market prices and fast growth but which actually remained stable globally in 2013.

Another nice stat is that $250 billion was invested in renewable energy globally in 2013. That's impressive, but it needs to be even higher if we are going to adequately respond to the global climate challenge. Unfortunately, due to policy changes, the IEA projects that annual renewable energy investment will be flat up through 2020.

The full report, Medium-Term Renewable Energy Market Report 2014, can be purchased on the IEA website. Here are a few more charts and tables from it:

IEA Report

IEA Report

IEA Report

IEA Report

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